Culver Community High School is a four-year comprehensive high school with approximately 300 students in grades nine through twelve. It is fully accredited by the Indiana Department of Education and the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. The high school is part of the Culver Community Schools Corporation, along with one middle school and one elementary schools.
Culver Community is unique, as it is the only school corporation in Indiana that serves students from four townships in four different counties; Aubbenaubbee Township in Fulton County, North Bend Township in Starke County, Tippecanoe Township in Pulaski County, and Union Township in Marshall County. Our building was opened in 1968, when these four townships consolidated into our current system.
Culver Community High School offers a full academic program, along with an ever expanding vocational program available to our students. C.C.H.S. also offers many extra-curricular activities, including eighteen clubs and twenty-one teams in ten sports.
In addition to a principal an assistant principal and an athletic director, the staff includes one counselor, two technology personnel, and twenty-four teachers. Another twenty people make up our office staff, instructional assistants, cooks, and custodians.
As stated in our mission, our goal is “to provide students with opportunities to acquire academic knowledge, technical skills, universal awareness, and emotional growth in a safe and nurturing environment.
Breakfast and lunch costs are 7-12 breakfast $1.25, lunch $2.55; grades K–12 milk 35 cents; reduced breakfast all grades 35 cents, reduced lunch 40 cents; adult breakfast $1.50, adult lunch $3.00, and adult milk 40 cents.
October 2014 Menu